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Activities abound this winter break

Kentaya Jackson, 6, of Troy, smiles as a butterfly lands on her head in a Butterfly House set up in front of the entrance to the Planetarium at the Museum of Innovation and Science in Schenectady during winter break in February 2013.
Kentaya Jackson, 6, of Troy, smiles as a butterfly lands on her head in a Butterfly House set up in front of the entrance to the Planetarium at the Museum of Innovation and Science in Schenectady during winter break in February 2013.
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Children and teens are out of school next week, but not out of recreational options. Birds, butterflies, coyotes, skating, magic tricks, tea parties and flying guillotines will be among diversions available as local libraries, museums and nature centers schedule events for young people. The weeklong party begins with several events today. At miSci, Schenectady’s Museum of Innovation and Science, birds and butterflies are the main attractions. “Our busiest time is when kids are out of ...


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